The Genus Triodopsis

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The Genus Triodopsis

The Genus Triodopsis

Row 1: Triodopsis juxtidens (Pilsbry, 1894) Atlantic Threetooth (Durham Co., NC); T. tennesseensis (Walker and Pilsbry, 1902) Budded Threetooth (Cleburne Co., AL); and T. vulgata Pilsbry, 1940 Dished Threetooth (Nelson Co., KY).
Row 2: Triodopsis vannostrandi (Bland, 1875) Coiled Threetooth (Okaloosa Co., FL); T. hopetonensis (Shuttleworth, 1852) Magnolia Threetooth (Davidson Co., TN); and T. tridentata (Say, 1817) Northern Threetooth (Mitchell Co., NC).
Row 3: Triodopsis messana Hubricht, 1952 Pinhole Threetooth (Horry Co., SC); T. neglecta (Pilsbry, 1899) Ozark Threetooth (Barry Co., MO); and T. vultuosa (Gould, 1848) Texas Threetooth (Marion Co., AK).

Row 4: Triodopsis fraudulenta (Pilsbry, 1894) Baffled Threetooth (Rockbridge Co., VA) and T. discoidea (Pilsbry, 1904) Rivercliff Threetooth (Crawford Co., IN).

Row 5: Triodopsis palustris Hubricht, 1958 Santee Threetooth, (Long Co., GA); T. fallax (Say, 1825) Mimic Threetooth (Camden Co., NJ); and T. alabamensis Pilsbry, 1902 Alabama Threetooth (Putnam Co., GA).

Row 6: Triodopsis obsoleta (Pilsbry, 1894) Nubbin Threetooth (Dare Co., NC); T. soelneri (Henderson, 1907) Cape Fear Threetooth (Columbus Co., NC); and T. tridentata (Say, 1817) form edentilabris Pilsbry, 1894 Northern Threetooth [toothless morph] (Haywood Co., NC).

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